4/5/2018 © Sawdust & Woodchips Woodworking Association
“ I learned how design a circle cutting jig for my band saw. It saves me lots of time!”
An impressive array of our member’s jigs were available for viewing and discussion at the April meeting. They ranged from simple to complex, but they all had the same benefit: they made doing special or repetitive tasks easier, more accurate and safer.
Jigs Presented at the 2013 Meeting Were:
The 2012 edition of Jig Night had a smaller turnout than usual but it still had a fine array of jigs that members showed the group. Overall it was a good mix of ingenuous ways to make the hobby easier, faster, safer or better.
Jigs Presented at the 2012 Meeting Were:
Ten members presented a variety of jigs for the 2011 edition of Jig Night.
Jigs Presented at the 2011 Meeting Were:
A Wide Array of Jigs Were Shown
at our 2013 Jig Night Meeting!
Ten members presented a variety of jigs for the 2010 edition of Jig Night.
Jigs Presented at the 2010 Meeting Were:
Jigs Shown at our
2012 Jig Night Meeting!
Our Jig Night was moved to July to accommodate other meeting presenters. Again, we had a great array of jigs or “gizmos” presented. Whether they were designed and built by our woodworkers or purchased from a company, they still provided each attendee with great knowledge of how to do something easier, more safely, and better.
Jigs Presented at the 2014 Meeting Were: